The actor talks about her role in the new Broadway production, staging a truthful sex scene, and her own media diet.
A deep dive into theatre in prison, and a study of William Kentridge’s latest opus.
Audiences are eager to laugh at everything from pratfalls to political commentary, and these days they’re doing it everywhere but at the theatre.
With her satire of performative wokeness, the Native American writer strives to subtly rewire audiences’ default responses.
Returning to the West Coast, the new-work-focused director takes on Portland and its possibilities.
A deep dive into experimental theatre demonstrated fresh ways to build connections among artists and audiences.
From a community arts organizer in Rhode Island to a literary manager in Texas, from a theatre architect in Illinois to a Wisconsin actor, here are some theatre workers to have on your radar.
From the birth of actor Phyllis Frelich to the opening of Vancouver’s Arts Club Theatre Company and premieres by Albee and Nottage, February has been a significant month for theatre.
This year, rather than airing a Super Bowl ad, the candy corporation hired Will Eno and Michael C. Hall to do a live, one-time-only musical. WTF?
It wasn’t quite the season of our discontent, but this year’s January festivals felt a bit less binge-able than usual, despite the high points.